Brendin will graduate two years early with an A. Ryan is graduating in just four years, and believes that NECA has helped him reach new heights he once thought impossible. He will carry this momentum forward into Lehigh University, where he plans to study engineering. Aasim proudly identifies as an Indian American, and is the second person from his family to attend college in the United States. Kyra was a member of the volleyball, swimming and track teams at Sarah E. She will attend Bradley University this fall, where she plans to double major in pre-med and journalism.
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Daleah Sampler, 18 Daleah will complete her A. Aditya was the top scorer with 37 runs. Sahil and Amit chipped in 23 runs each. From Street Warriors, Mittu clinched four wickets while Vijay and Raju took two and one wickets respectively. In reply, Street Warriors batsmen easily chased the given target of runs for the loss of five wicket in Sumit was the main contributor with 48 runs. Vinay and Gattu also contributed 29 and 18 runs respectively for the winning team.
Sumit was adjudged as man of the match. The match was officiated by Ashok and Ajay as umpires while Aman acted as scorer. Cooper, who hoisted Steyn for a six in the penultimate over to tilt the match in his side's favour, hit the winning runs. Steyn bowled a fiery first over maiden and came back to dismiss William Perkins 6 in his next over with a ball which straightened after pitching between middle and leg to win a LBW shout.
Rory Kleinveldt removed the other opener Lendl Simmons 9 in the sixth over. Simmons went for a big shot but the ball did not quite come on and he ended up slicing it for substitute Puttick to take a catch. The asking rate rose despite chasing a modest target and two batsmen fell in quick succession while trying to accelerate. Adrian Barath, who was dropped on five, hit a six off Robin Peterson and a four off Justin Kemp before he fell to the latter in the 11th over.
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Kemp's yorker hit the batsman's toe before the ball rolled onto the leg stump. Next ball, Kemp removed Ganga for a golden duck as he tried to drive a length ball outside off only to get the inside edge before his furniture was disturbed. Earlier, Owais Shah and Dane Vilas struck fluent half centuries as Cape Cobras recovered from a wobbly start to score for four. Shah 63 not out and Vilas 54 were instrumental in Cape Cobras' revival after they were down at 10 for two in the fourth over.
Needing a win to have any chance of making it to the semifinals, Cape Cobras were off to a disastrous start after electing to bat as their two openers were back to the pavillion without much contribution.
Trinidad and Tobago opened their bowling with leg-spinner Samuel Badree who cleanbowled Richard Levi for a duck in the second ball of the innings. The other opener Herschelle Gibbs 2 hung around for a while but not could not keep his aggressive instinct in check for long and was out while going for a big shot. He mistimed his shot off a Ravi Rampaul delivery and holed out to mid-of fielder Darren Bravo.
Wicketkeeper-batsman Dane Vilas and Owais Shah then stuck deep for a long haul to repair the innings. The duo took the Cape Cobras' score to 97 for two by stitching 87 runs from Vilas fell to leg-spinner Sunil Narine as he went for a pull shot from a delivery that landed outside off only to edge it to cover fielder Daren Ganga.
His 54 came from 44 balls and had seven fours in it. Cape Cobras, however, could not capitalise on the good work as they could add just 35 runs from the last five overs.
JP Duminy was out cheaply for nine in the penultimate over, cleanbowled by Kevon Cooper. RCB, who clinched their first win of the tournament defeating Somerset on Monday, are at the bottom of Group B with two points while Redbacks three are placed third.
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Assuming that Warriors four points from three matches defeat Somerset three from three tomorrow, RCB could qualify for the semifinals if they overcome Redbacks' challenge. However, rain can also decide the fate of the teams.
An abandonment of Wednesday's matches will mean that Kolkata Knight Riders with four points will make it to the semis along with Warriors. After a poor start to the tournament with two back-to-back defeats, RCB are back in contention, thanks to the Chris Gayle-inspired runaway win over Somerset. The RCB batting has gained momentum with the top order coming to the party while posting a tournament-high total of against Alfonso Thomas's black-clad gladiators.
Gayle took a rain-ravaged Bangalore by storm with a dominating show that saw the Jamaican smashing a ball 86 that had the opposition bowlers scurrying for cover. Given the comfort of defending an intimidating total of , Sreenath Arvind and Daniel Vettori did most of the damage as Somerset crumbled under pressure. Brianna has learned that with focus and determination you can alter your future. During her summer internship with IBM, Brianna developed her programming skills by creating web pages and learning how to operate a Slackbot.
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One day, Brianna would like to work for a company that makes pharmaceutical products — but first, she plans to study biochemistry at Penn State. Tanyia initially struggled with her first college courses, but with the communication and collaboration skills she learned through NECA, she gradually gained the confidence to succeed. Tanyia plans to advance her education and career simultaneously, and would like to pursue a career at IBM.
Katrell loves to take on new challenges. Katrell is also balancing college coursework and working part-time as an IBM intern. Nalo has learned that if you want something in life, sometimes you have to leave your comfort zone. While he is fascinated by computer science, Nalo is most passionate about medicine; he plans to become a doctor after completing his undergraduate studies at Hunter College in New York City. Jevon will become the second member of his family to obtain his A. Jevon was proud to demonstrate the technical skills he acquired as a Goode student during a paid IBM summer internship where he created a web-based application to collect data for generating a customer support plan.
Jevon has earned multiple IT certifications and is looking forward to forging his career path following graduation. Amaya dreams of helping young girls gain opportunities in STEM. She plans to travel the world while inspiring girls to break barriers in the STEM fields. Azariah is on the four-year graduation track, and will graduate with her high school diploma and A.